Hello everyone, I apologize for the lack of an article last week. Trying to eat as much turkey and stuffing as my stomach could handle magically affected my memory. I blame the tryptophan. But enough excuses, it’s the final week of the regular season. The moment we’ve all been waiting for. Five conference championship games. […]
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USC News Mental Health: This week, the Daily Trojan staff took a special, in-depth look at mental health at USC. Here’s what we wrote about: Can USG combat USC’s mental health stigma? Minorities face a unique fight with mental health Good-bye, for now: taking a leave of absence Trigger warnings’ spark a battle in the […]
The college football season is quickly drawing to a close, but fear not, fans, we’ve got plenty of good matchups to tide us over until bowl season. With Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State each playing teams of consequence and finally getting to the backloaded schedules of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, TCU and Baylor, we should […]
The weather is finally getting colder, and the days are getting shorter. You know what that means? We’re finally getting to the best part of the college football season. Teams are jostling for conference supremacy and a shot at the playoffs. Last week did not disappoint with quite a few high-profile matchups, and this week […]
USC News Diversity – The Sequel: After postponing the vote two weeks ago, the Undergraduate Student Government finally approved the campus climate resolution. The resolution passed with an 11-1 vote, but not without some heated debate over a plethora of issues. The 411: The resolution is one step toward improving diversity on campus. LGBT Community: […]
Boy oh boy, last weekend was a surprising ending to an already shocking month. Here’s quick summary of all that happened in October: Michigan’s disastrous punt that Michigan State returned for a touchdown as time expired. Miami’s controversial eight-lateral kickoff return that was returned for a touchdown as time expired. Georgia Tech’s blocked kick six […]
USC News DPS Icebreakers: Department of Public Safety officers began carrying USC football trading cards this past week. Why, you ask? They want to improve their relationship with the greater USC community. I like the sound of that! The 411: DPS is making a big effort to create a safer community. Campus Activities Fresh & […]
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USC News Diversity Delay: The USG Senate met Tuesday to vote on the campus climate resolution presented a week ago. The meeting didn’t quite go as planned. Large crowds packed into the small room to watch the discussion heat up among the USG leaders. The plan has become a big issue for student assemblies all […]
Well, friends, the college football machine rumbles on to Week 9. We’re quickly approaching that time of the year where the dust starts to settle and the playoff picture becomes clearer. It’s close, but we’re not there yet. We may be a little old to be trick-or-treating but at least we’ve still got plenty of […]